Asked in Child Custody for Oklahoma

Q: Do I have to let my daughter go with her mother if her mother moved in with her boyfriend? It's very complicated.

Many details, Our daughter has always been with me the father. The mother and I tried, but she was beyond help, then she got help. Now she is with a different guy. It would be a book if I wrote everything. I'm skeptical anyway about doing this, yet, I've had almost zero help from others. Just over a few days they have asked me to let my daughter stay with his...the boyfriend's parent during summer time. I drew the line. She has a son from another man and he was never around. She has a history. I need some true answers. It's a long story.

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Gary Johnston Dean
Gary Johnston Dean
Answered
  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Pryor, OK
  • Licensed in Oklahoma

A: You should immediately see an experienced family law attorney in the county where your divorce case was filed to answer these important questions. There are just too many factors involved to answer the questions in this forum. Good luck

Pete David Louden
Pete David Louden
Answered
  • Norman, OK
  • Licensed in Oklahoma

A: Would need more information about your case to answer your question. Contact an attorney. Once they know the full story they can answer your question.

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